Covering her peroxide blond bob was a knit cap that sprouted an enormous feather and lace from its frontal lobe.
In order to apply the peroxide for quantitative determinations, a large surface must be exposed to action.
She had seen a large bottle of peroxide in Mrs. Cole-Mortimer's room.
As a hair dye, peroxide of hydrogen is pretty well known, we fancy.
This may be removed by redistillation with peroxide of manganese.
The two materials chiefly used for bleaching wool are sulphur and peroxide of hydrogen.
It is a combination of deutoxide and peroxide, with some baryta.
peroxide of Hydrogen is a most admirable agent for the destruction of pus cocci.
Those I use are—Chloride of lime, peroxide of hydrogen, and lysol, 2%.
The hydrate of peroxide of the same metal will give a golden buff.
peroxide per·ox·ide (pə-rŏk'sīd')
A compound, such as sodium peroxide, that contains a peroxy group and yields hydrogen peroxide when treated with an acid.